Coventry Transport Museum Hosts Classic Car Breakfast Club
Coventry Transport Museum hosts breakfast with style this summer as they invite classic car owners to join their Breakfast Club.
These free events are an opportunity for classic car and motorcycle owners to show off their cars on Millennium Place, directly in front of the Coventry Transport Museum, on Saturday mornings. As well as meeting other vehicle owners, participants can chat over a cup of tea and a free pastry.
Having been trialled during Autumn 2014, the Breakfast Club proved to be very popular with Midlands motor enthusiasts and this year the Breakfast Club returns, taking place on the following Saturdays: 11 April, 9 May, 13 June, 11 July, 8 August, 12 September, with the last event happening on 10 October. The events are FREE for any classic vehicle owners to attend are from 9am to 11am.
Culture Coventry’s Chief Executive Gary Hall, said, “The Breakfast Club here at the Transport Museum proved to be very popular last year so of course we are bringing it back for 2015. We welcome anyone who owns a classic car or motorbike, and it really is a chance for people to come and show off their vehicle and have a chat with other classic car owners.
It’ll take place during the summer months so people can bring their classic cars and motorbikes onto Millennium Place and enjoy a cup of coffee in the sunshine. We’ll be relaunching the Museum this summer after an impressive £8.5m refurbishment project, so getting involved in the Breakfast Club is an excellent way for owners to be part of a really exciting time for the Museum.”
All vehicle owners attending will enjoy a free pastry, when purchasing a regular sized tea or coffee from the range of beverages at the popular museum coffee house ‘Esquires’. Due to space restrictions, places at the Breakfast Club are strictly limited, and only pre-registered vehicles will be permitted onto Millennium Place on the day.
For more information or to register please go to www.transport-museum.com